Meet the changemakers and champions

Well it's not exactly a 'Revolution' without an army behind it is it?! Period shame, period pain, period education and menstrual literacy is a global subject and will take a whole collective bunch of amazing people and organisations working together to really make a difference and impact change. Here are just a few of the phenomenal humans we are proud to have as part of the Period Talk Revolution.

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Introducing Lara Briden, the 'Period Revolutionary'

Lara Briden is a naturopathic doctor and the period revolutionary—leading the change to better periods. Informed by a strong science background and more than 20 years with patients, Lara is a passionate communicator about women's health and alternatives to hormonal birth control.  Her book Period Repair Manual is a manifesto of natural treatment for better hormones and better periods and provides practical solutions using nutrition, supplements, and natural hormones.  Now in its second edition, the book has been an underground sensation and has worked to quietly change the lives of tens of thousands of women.

Mon the Magnificent Murphy!

Monique Murphy is proof that dreams do come true.  Her life long dream was to swim for Australia. As a result, Monique did just that.  She represented Australia at the 2015 Glasgow IPC World Championships and at the 2016 Rio Paralympics.  She competed in four events in Rio. Monique won Silver in the 400m Freestyle.  Consequently, Monique’s famous for doing herself and Australia proud!

Monique believes most of all, that the sporting world teaches children skills they can apply to any life endeavour and is passionate about educating and normalising the conversation around periods amongst the youth.

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The Sensational Sustainable Period Project

Studies show that students will generally continue to use the same menstruation products that they were introduced to in school...Traditionally, these period talks only cover the conventional plastic disposable menstrual hygiene options. With the War on Waste, Zero Waste and the Sustainability movements, it has become more important than ever before to embrace and encourage sustainable options in our schools. In collaboration with other sustainable sanitary companies, Lunette Menstrual cups launched the WORLD FIRST Sustainable Period Project in February 2018. This project provides FREE Educational Resource Kits to schools. Each kit contains sample products, USB with presentations and activities, and free downloadable resources on their website. Their aim is to have over 4000 kits distributed to AUS and NZ by 2020 so that people will never again have to 'discover' all the sustainable menstrual hygiene options in their 20's, 30's or 40's!! Check it out!

What are you waiting for?!

Mums and Dads, be the change, make a real difference in your kids' lives, empower them and join the 'Period Talk' revolution!

The Goodness Just Keeps on Growing!

$10 of every sale goes back to Share the Dignity AND if you're a school, The Sustainable Period Project will donate a FREE resource kit per program bought.